Posts Tagged ‘Chipo Chung’

Thirteen Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Thirteen is the first drama commissioned for BBC3 as an online-only channel, yet like all of its new programmes they’re clearly contractually obliged to air on normal TV as well, so basically they’re getting a one-week advance screening online before being shown on the main two channels, with this one being broadcast on BBC2 on […]

Fortitude Episode 7 – The DVDfever Review

Fortitude Episode 7 takes us past the halfway point and I was promised this episode would FINALLY be good! That would make the first one, so far, then. It’s Chrrrrrrrrriiiisssttmaaaaaaassss! As Noddy Holder might say. And the bearded nutter who was holding a rifle, earlier in the series, is drinking aplenty. And he’s drinking with […]

Fortitude Episode 6 – The DVDfever Review

Fortitude Episode 6 starts with a flashback, jumping a few episodes back to when Frank was having it away with Elena. Jules is seen heading out without a hat on, and is chanced upon by Henry, who insists frostbite can severely knacker your ears and wants her to take his hat because he doesn’t live […]

Fortitude Episode 5 – The DVDfever Review

Fortitude Episode 5 didn’t really help the cause for this overhyped series as it was merely treading water throughout, at a time when the series, as a whole, has been doing little else. It starts off with Ronnie teaching his daughter all about glaciers while they’re surrounded by them, then cuts to Shirley chancing upon […]

Fortitude Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Fortitude Episode 4 begins by still treading water which it’s done for the majority of its existence so far, with DCI Morton (Stanley Tucci) going for a nosey around Charlie’s abode, not realising there’s a houseguest already inside – that weird chap who was handed a gun by Dan Anderssen (Richard Dormer) in the second […]

Fortitude Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

Fortitude Episode 3 begins with DCI Morton (Stanley Tucci) being introduced to Markus Huseklepp (Darren Boyd sporting a dodgy Norwegian accent) and his girlfriend Shirley Allerdyce (Pride‘s Jessica Gunning), with the former declaring, “you cannot die here or be buried here, because anything buried never decays. It’s a forensic treature house”, and immediately, again, Fortitude […]

Fortitude Episodes 1 and 2 – The DVDfever Review

Fortitude‘s overhyped first two episodes have left me feeling – Nordic noir? More like Nordic Meh! This one-off series (which, no doubt if ratings do well will get commissioned for another), is set in a fictional town in Spitsbergen, Svalbard, above the Arctic circle – so, cue a character looking at the Northern Lights in […]

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